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Bikin Betties x Bae Bae ride to Black Feast!
September 10 at 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
We’re teaming up with our friends at Bae Bae and Bliss House for a special ride celebrating bikes, black artists, feminism, and food. On Sunday, September 10th, join us for a ~10 mile, social ride around SE Portland followed by an incredible meal at Black Feast: Sister Outsider.
Please note: while you are welcome to join us for just the ride, you will need to purchase tickets in advance to Black Feast: Sister Outsider. The kind chefs at Bliss House have offered us a discount code which you can use to register — just type in BIKINBETTIES at checkout.
Meet at Feastly – 4:45pm
Wheels Down – 5pm
Back to Feastly – 6:15pm
Dinner – 6:30pm!
Invite your pals and get ready for an evening of thoughtful discussion and community! See you there. <3 About Black Feast: Black Feast is a monthly pop-up designed to celebrate black artists and writers. This month's pop-up will act as an culinary interpretation and exploration of Audre Lorde's "Sister Outsider." Each of the four courses is inspired by a speech or essay from her book, in the hope of offering a sensory engagement with each text. This meal is created as a celebration, a dance, and an offering. This meal is created for you. Official Black Feast event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/820106714816612/
About Bae Bae:
BAE BAE is a mostly-female bike club in Portland, OR.
We are building the bike scene we want to be part of – one that is fun, challenging, and exciting while also being safe and supportive. We tolerate exactly zero sexist bullshit. We are not about speed or competition or snobbery; we are just a bunch of badass people who love bikes and are all about empowering each other, especially with regard to getting butts on bikes.
About Bikin Betties:
Bikin’ Betties is an all-ladies bike ride on Monday nights. It’s a great way to meet fellow female cyclists, get a workout, learn bike routes around our city, and become more skilled and confident on our bikes. Anyone who identifies as a woman or who is gender non-binary is welcome.